Noble’s NEXT Center in Sugar Land houses Noble Corp's. learning and development staff and its simulation-based training environments.
Cyberchairs, presently configured to teach drilling operations on the Noble Globetrotter ship.
One of two Noble Globetrotter ships , and one of four Multi-Purpose Tower (MPT) ships unique to Noble Co. (The other two are of a type called "Bullys".)
Facsimile of the Globetrotter drilling tower which responds to student commands in real time.
Facsimile of the Globetrotter drilling tower seen from above.
Facsimile of the top of the Globetrotter drilling tower.
Drilling tower as it would appear at night in a snowstorm.
Instructor's screens for use during training. Allows instructors to throw unplanned events at students.
Student "Dashboard" screen.
Another student dashboard screen.
Side view of a traditional derrick simulation.
Cyber training for a knuckle crane.
Incident Room mockup for response training
Ship power-distribution control board.
Ballast control trainer
Motion generating mechanism can cause the ballast control room to list up to 15 degrees in each direction.
Ship's bridge replica/simulator
Floating offshore drilling rig.
Flow control training unit.
Valving for flow distribution training tree.
Electric equipment training unit.
Electric motors with their innards exposed.